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Hopes high in Cyprus despite disagreements

The Greek Cypriots have insisted on preparing a joint statement before sitting down at the negotiation table, but the Turkish Cypriots believe that a joint statement is not actually necessary
World Bulletin: November 15, 2013

State Department distances itself from Erdogan's Cyprus comments

The US State Department has distanced itself from recent comments by Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan that “there is no country named Cyprus.”
eKathimerini: November 14, 2013

Turkish PM's comments on Cyprus prompt strong response from Greek Foreign Ministry

Comments by Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday that “there is no country named Cyprus” prompted a strong response from the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Monday.
eKathimerini: November 12, 2013

Greece supports Turkey's EU bid: ambassador

Greece supports Turkey's bid to join the European Union, Greek Ambassador in Ankara Kyriakos Loukakis said on Monday.
November 12, 2013

Greece not taking positive steps on minority issue, says Turkish minister

Greece has yet to take a positive step on meeting the demands of the country’s Muslim minority, according to Turkish Health Minister Mehmet Müezzinoğlu
Hurriyet Daily News: November 12, 2013

Greece will not extradite DHKP-C fugitive to Turkey

Greece has rejected extraditing a member of Turkey's extreme far-left militant organization DHKP-C who was captured in Greece after conducting twin bomb attacks the Turkish capital Ankara in March.
World Bulletin: November 7, 2013

Greek Cyprus offers proposal to Turkey to end Cyprus dispute

Greek Cypriot negotiator for Cyprus dispute, Andreas Mavroyiannis tells AA the proposal they will offer to Turkey to end the Cyprus dispute.
World Bulletin: November 1, 2013

Turkey, facing doctor shortage, invites thousands of physicians from economically scarred Greece

The Turkish health minister has come up with a novel way to help alleviate the shortage of medical professionals in his country, while concurrently easing the economic catastrophe in neighboring Greece: He wants to import 7,000 Greek doctors to Turkey.
International Business Times: October 29, 2013

Pilgrimage to northern Greece by people from Tuzla, Turkey

A large mission of 700 people from Tuzla in Turkey, whose ancestors had to leave the northern Greek regions of Kilkis, Thessaloniki, Kavala and Dramas under the population exchange in 1923 between Greece and Turkey in the context of the Treaty of Lausanne
October 29, 2013

Turkey's Bosphorus tunnel to open sub-sea Asia link

A railway tunnel underneath the Bosphorus Strait is due to open in Turkey, creating a new link between the Asian and European shores of Istanbul.
BBC: October 29, 2013